Art Historian, huge fan of Giorgione and Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres. Founder and CEO of DailyArtMagazine.com and DailyArt mobile app. But to be honest, her greatest accomplishment is being the owner of Pimpek the Cat.
Magda, art historian and Italianist, she writes about art because she cannot make it herself. She loves committed and political artists like Ai Weiwei or the Futurists; like Joseph Beuys she believes that art can change us and we can change the world.
Candy's remote, rain soaked farmhouse clings to a steep-sided valley in rural Wales. She raises cats, chickens and children with varying degrees of success. Art, literature and Lakrids licorice save her sanity on a daily basis.
Art historian by education, data geek by trade, art and book lover by passion, based in London in love with Europe and travelling around it. You can visit my book blog here: https://bookskeptic.com/
is a fifth-year student towards her Master of Journalism degree, yet art has always been one of her biggest interests. She especially admires Impressionism, Postimpressionism as well as Realism. As a result, she can never get enough of museums, and therefore loves to travel the world.
Art historian (art lover, artist), general nomad, writer, Mom, and a pilot wife. When she's not spending all of her free time reading and writing YA novels, she can be found at her favorite coffee shop drinking coffee in all its various forms...right now, that's an iced vanilla latte half sweet with almond milk...in case you were wondering. Favorite art style is impressionism. Favorite theme is the Annunciation. Check out my site here: https://rachelmbwitte.wixsite.com/wittylife
Howard Schwartz is an artist, writer, cartoonist, calligrapher and art historian who recently was interviewed for the documentary 'In Celebration of Chaim Soutine's 125th Anniversary.' Please visit www.soutine.co to see the documentary and share his passion for Soutine. Howard also illustrated the book 'Caddie Tales for the 99 Percenters,' available on Amazon. He enjoys good vegetarian restaurants, art museums, art movies, and learning new things. His website is www.howardschwartzart.com.
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Maria is a journalist from the end of the world based in Milan, she believes that art belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders it, loves it so radically that he remakes it in his own image.
Ex political science researcher at the Jagiellonian University. Lover and promoter of Latin American art and design (via blog www.thebananas.pl). In spare time president of the board of FOH Foundation, non profit, pro publico bono organization whose mission is to further safety and professional standards in the entertainment productions industry.
I believe that art makes us better people and gives us many ways of reflexion on the world of today, past and future. I am amazed and look every time through the eyes of a child. That makes me an art lover and a big admirer of Pablo Picasso. I enjoy visiting art galleries and take at least 40 different looks at the same work of art.
Christopher was a self-taught student in Art History and now a story teller. From the museums to the lands that influenced hi favorite artists, he is devoted to share here and on his Instagram Mr.Bacchus, glimpses of the inner world that artists long gone have dedicated their lives to share with us within canvases. Have a look at his Instagram!
James W. Singer is an art historian and fine art photographer based in Lakeland, Florida. Inspired by his travels, Singer believes in challenging the mundane by highlighting the under-appreciated and often overlooked subjects of life. He achieves this through dramatic cropping and off-centre composition. Singer earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the University of Florida. He was drawn to art history believing that great images inspire feelings and emotions that no other medium can express. Through his fine art photography, Singer seeks to capture the stories all around us. Singer previously worked at the Polk Museum of Art and has been a photographer for the last ten years. He has sold his works at Curated Interiors, a modern art gallery; and numerous art shows including Art Crawl and Dixieland Spring Arts Festival. He currently has two pieces displayed at the Lakeland Regional Hospital and many in private homes. Follow his adventures on Facebook.
Errika has a masters degree in Modern and Contemporary History and she is really into History of Art. Some of her favorite artists are Otto Dix, Zdzislaw Beksinski, Frida Kahlo and Vincent Van Gogh. In her free time, she reads literature, she listens to music, she enjoys a good old movie and she creates miniatures of macabre versions of classic fairytales.
Student of language, literature, and politics. Travels, sails, and tends to appear at festivals. Discovered a passion for art and writing along the way. Currently resides south of the Pyrenees under the Iberian sun. Prefers pilsners to porters. Fascinated by Beckett, relaxed by Ravel, and firmly convinced that the Sex Pistols (damn the Ramones!) started punk rock.
Noa is an undergraduate Art History student who lives just outside Tel Aviv. She enjoys traveling the globe, visiting exciting art exhibitions and overanalysing the hidden symbolism of various TV shows.
Reader, writer and professional daydreamer (very accomplished at this last one). Huge fan of 20th Century illustrators Charles Keeping, Gerald Scarfe and Mervyn Peake. Totally in love with the stories of Robert Louis Stevenson, Mervyn Peake's Gormenghast trilogy, and almost anything with a ghost in it!
Art historian; she wishes she could go to the exhibition of modern art with Marcel Duchamp, take part in Tadeusz Kantor's happening or ...drink a damn good coffee with Agent Cooper.
Literary researcher, Ma(Res) student and teacher of all things written. Based outside of London on the sunny side of Kent but close enough to the city to enjoy the coffee shops and theatres.
Roma Piotrowska is a gallery professional with a depth of experience, ranging from managing exhibitions and registration to producing publications and curating. As the Exhibitions Manager at Ikon (Birmingham) she manages the successful implementation of Ikon’s temporary exhibitions, publications and commissions. Alongside her work at Ikon she has also developed a freelance writing, curating and producing career. She worked on the development of Iraq Pavilions at the Venice Biennale in 2013, 2015 and 2017. In 2012 she worked as the Curatorial Assistant for the 4th Guangzhou Triennial (China). She has managed and curated many different types of exhibitions, ranging from solo shows to group surveys, commissions, offsite projects and festival strands. Her recent projects include Clipping the Church by Tereza Buskova (2016), Artloop Festival (2015) and Soon Everything Will Change: Joanna Rajkowska (2014). She was a Programme Curator and Co Director of PEA (2010 – 2014) where she developed the concept of its gallery Centrala, focused on showing artists from Central and Eastern Europe in the UK. She has authored several articles concerning art in magazines and exhibition catalogues. She also regularly produces content for her Youtube channel.
Barry has a range of degrees focusing on Eastern and Western Culture and is a creative writer of novels, short stories and artist profiles. He lives in Kingston, Canada and also resides in Chengdu, China.
Craig Wakerley is a musician with a love of visual art. He is currently working on a thesis that compares the processes in music and art to find common techniques for representing up, down, far, near, colour and more specific techniques like chiaroscuro and Pointillism.
Degree in History of Art and a Master Degree in Artistic Studies - Museology and Curatorial Studies. I appreciate every type of art, but my heart floats the most around XVIII and XX centuries. You can visit my website here: https://lenaspetals.blogspot.com/
Art Historian and writer with a love for everything creative. I am especially interested in the connection between art and emotion, as well as being very interested in religious art. UK based.
Urvi Chheda begins to write without the will but ends up writing her mind. She is involved with multiple Art research projects while aiming to indulge in as many as she could undertake. Hardworking and intuitive by nature, she excels in reading and getting through the concepts' abyss. She has graduated from the Sir JJ School of Art, Mumbai, India.
A graduate of art history, in addition to being a lover of historicism and postmodernism, she particularly likes art theory and art critique, that's why writing about art is her story.
Katharina holds a phd in Art History. In her studies she concentrated on women and art. Now, she likes very much the combination of women, children and art. Her nearly three year old daughter has a great influence on this. Never before has Katharina been so often to museums as with her. Besides, Katharina is writing on her blog ArtStories.
Geoffrey Bunting is a writer, book designer, and historian. His work has appeared in History Today, Modus, History Magazine, on a number of blogs, and on Snarled’s Something Scary. He doesn’t like moths and can tie his shoelaces exceptionally well. You can find him here and on Twitter @geoffreyreads. You can read more from Geoffrey on his blog.
After 15 years working in digital marketing, I now split my time between my digital marketing consultancy, alongside studying for an MA in Art History. I'm passionate about looking at how an artist came to create a piece of work, for whom and what was the political and social history and events of the time that influenced its nature and how it was or is now perceived. Specialising in art of the Classical period and the Renaissance, however equally passionate about non-European art. I live with my wife and 2 year old in the historic city of York, UK.
Jean-Marc Rakotolahy is the translator of Frederick Schiller's works in English. His has published a dozen books of such translations so far. He consumes Art regularly the same way other people consume food or oxygen. Hence his presence here at DailyArt Magazine. Visit his page www.schillertranslations.site.com.br
Sandra Boks (1989) graduated from London’s Courtauld Institute of Art in 2012. She currently works at the department of education at the Kröller-Müller Museum in the Netherlands. She is involved in the development of several educational products for families and special school projects. Since 2014 she coordinates the Philosophy team (with graduates from art academies) to create tailor made museum visits for schools and special target groups. She works together with toddlers, teachers, adolescents, outsider artists and elderly people to create surprising new encounters with art.
A recovering lawyer in Birmingham, Alabama, USA, who got a job working with octopuses at a lab in Naples, Italy during college. He spent the weekends looking at Renaissance art all over Italy, took an art class when he got back to school, and remains amazed and awed by human imagination, creativity and ingenuity.
I like to explore how art changed our world and try to delve deeper into each artistic period. It is not only a work of art that fascinate me but also the lives of artists and their aspirations to bring meaning into the world.
Curious, hard working, and always open to learning, Italian student of Cultural Heritage Management, based in Milan.
She is in love with every kind of art, and she just wants to transmit her passion to others.
You can probably find her at some art exhibition.
21-year-old trilingual Venezuelan, translator, writer, swimmer, ex-triathlete (nowadays everything is a hobby), marathoner, cyclist, climber, kickboxer, fitness skating skater, acrobat, improving in tennis, hiker wanting to be a surfer; international chef with a permanent hunger.
Her love for art has been contiuning since she saw fascinating italian art. For her every period of art is unique in itself but she admire Matisse for his brilliant art and she thinks art is the only thing to make us smile even when we are under bad conditions.